Trusted, Quality Care After Hospitalization from the Bon Secours Charity Health System

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Patients requiring care after being discharged from the hospital can depend upon the Bon Secours Charity Health System for exceptional long- and short-term treatment and assistance.

The Bon Secours Charity Health System, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth), offers four options for compassionate services, all close to home. Highly skilled teams provide advanced care, enhance quality of life and inspire peace of mind through health-oriented programs, dignified services and a wealth of activities.

Schervier Pavilion is a skilled nursing facility in Warwick. Residents enjoy support from an around-the-clock, licensed staff; therapeutic and restorative nursing; and comfortable accommodations. Professionally planned recreational and cultural opportunities are provided to offer mental and physical benefits. Please call 845-987-5717 or visit SchervierPavilion.org.

Mount Alverno Center, also in Warwick, is an adult home with a NYS licensed assisted living program providing a loving home in park-like surroundings.

Individualized care plans foster independence in a safe environment. Guidance is provided with a gentle hand, and residents' autonomy is a top priority. Please call 845-986-2267 or visit MountAlverno.org.

Schervier Pavilion is also home to a Medical Model Adult Daycare program and Mount Alverno offers a Social Model Adult Daycare option. These programs provide the cognitively impaired and physically frail with a variety of therapeutic activities. Please call 845-987-5767.

St. Josephs Place, a skilled nursing facility in Port Jervis, offers 24-hour nursing care and rehabilitation services in a setting residents can call home. Highly trained staff members integrate expert care into enriching activities that promote optimal quality of life. Please call 845.858.7557 or visit bonsecourscommunityhosp.org/stjosephsplace.

Good Samaritan Home Care supports patients with a variety of quality services, enabling them to remain safely in their homes. Programs include nursing care, medication management, speech/language pathology, physical and occupational therapy and assistance with personal care. Please call 845-368-5277 or visit GoodSamHosp.org/home-care.



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